Zigbee powers hotel security system

14 May 2008
00:00

Ember Corp. and SAFLOK have developed a wireless hotel in-room security system that runs on low-power Zigbee.

The SAFLOK Messenger uses Zigbee technology from Boston-based mber in a bi-directional wireless network.

The system, for example, can remotely report "door ajar" messages, enable the front desk to remotely cancel keys in the event of a lost master key, remotely add and change room access and enable real-time staff locating.

The system is designed to enhance security and monitoring while expediting the hotel check-in process.

SAFLOK Messenger uses Ember's EM250 ZigBee system-on-chip and EmberZNet PRO networking software platform, which supports the ZigBee PRO Feature Set.

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